A mathematician by training, Erik Brown has been working with code for over 17 years, as a developer, architect, consultant, and manager. He is a veteran of three successful start up companies and currently works as a program manager at Unisys Corporation. Erik lives in northern Virginia with his wife and two daughters.
If you are just getting started with Windows Forms, and want to learn the basics, fine.
If you want to develop data-driven real world, esp. Read more
I have to agree with the rest of the reviewers - this is an excellent book. I've programmed for over 15 years now and have read over 100 programming books during that span. Read morePublished on Feb. 9 2004
I must admit that I agree with the other reviewers, because I was VERY impressed with this book, considering some of the junk that's being published these days. Read morePublished on Oct. 1 2003 by J. Brown
Erik Brown's book was exactly what I looked for. This book introduces .NET Graphical User Interface for Windows Applications. Read morePublished on Aug. 5 2003 by Itai
This is a great programming book - period. Erik has a great style of writing and presents Windows Forms programming by example, explains what is going on in detail and how to use... Read morePublished on July 11 2003 by Terry Henning
This book makes clear, lucid, logical work out of a complex subject - how dotnet works within windows. Read morePublished on May 25 2003
I have read at least 40 or 50 tech books, and this has got to be the best. The tutorial format is great and perfectly designed, and Brown explains everything completely so you're... Read morePublished on May 19 2003 by Timothy B. Miller
Most real-world development projects require expertise in three areas:
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i have about 30 book on C# (4 of them about W F) but this the only one that worth the money (maybe more) , Thanks for Mr. Read morePublished on Dec 18 2002